Intelligence Report: Population Health Management - Steps to Risk Sharing and Data Analytics
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This exclusive, original research and analysis offers key insight from top healthcare executives and clinical leaders, including:
- Nearly all (90%) of healthcare leaders say their organization will pursue a population health strategy.
- Two-thirds of health systems (66%) intend to improve population health by becoming adept at data analytics.
- One-third (32%) expect to focus their early or pilot population health efforts on a population defined by a chronic condition.
- Integrating clinical care data across the care continuum (66%) and adding data analytics capability (53%) top the list of population health management investments for the next three years.
- Nearly two-thirds (63%) of healthcare leaders are pursuing partnerships with other providers to share risk while improving population health.
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